John Young on Mon, 25 Apr 2016 21:15:12 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Guardian > Monbiot > Neoliberalism -- the

Rise of the Internet and other personal devices for handy-witted exposition has affirmed wealth accumulation by digital technology's inventors, producers and distributors, and thereby neoliberalism and ordoliberalism in shrewd disguises especially that of digitally empowered expositors quite satisfied at reaching far more consumers than by paper and ink and talks, thereby empowering (i.e, enslaving, aka educating) consumers who are taught and instructed and seduced to affirm intellectual wealth accumulation at their student-indebted expense and thrillingly diverting fandom of very own smartest of personal devices and brilliantly cogitating bold-name digitally dropping heros, heros of dual-hatted complicity with neo-ordo contributors to intellectual dole, aka socialism of the top 5% of finest minds social engineering for <1% grant-masters and prize bestowers.

At 10:22 AM 4/25/2016, you wrote:

> Now, you can respond like the Regulation school or even Deleuze and Guattari, and say that capitalism continually changes certain axiomatic propositions, in order that its major principle of endless accumulation through labor exploitation can continue. That's what I think. But such a statement still demands that one understand each new bundle of axioms, with its inner variations and their political origins, as well as their specific consequences. I don't see any other way to confront neoliberalism.

Thank you Brian..

Neo-liberalism?s Version of Original Sin-
(-Sing of human unsuccess in a rapture of distress?- WH Auden)


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